Damian has produced Alton Ellis' debut EP Better Than Love on the Marley-owned label Ghetto Youths International. Christopher Ellis, the youngest son of the late legendary Jamaican vocalist and rocksteady pioneer Alton Ellis, steps on the scene as one of reggae's most promising singers of this generation. This 5-song love story is a refreshing modern take on classic reggae, R & B and rocksteady.
The Bob Marley Messenger exhibit is now on display at the HistoryMiami Museum until January!
Bob Marley Messenger uses artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to explore the man, the musician and the legend. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE and includes a special supplement, organized by HistoryMiami, which highlights Bob Marley's impact on South Floridians.
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Stephen and Damian Marley have remixed "Every Little Thing" off Eric Clapton's new album, Old Sock. The connection between Clapton & Bob goes back to 1974 when Eric had a #1 hit covering "I Shot the Sheriff."
Asked of her biggest challenge so far, Karen responded: "The biggest challenge for me is just sticking through it, even when it seems bleak."
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Included in addition to the original 10-song release is the B-side "Smile Jamaica," plus a second disc featuring the highly sought-after, unreleased live show, "Live at Ahoy Hallen," recorded in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on July 7, 1978. Packaged with the original artwork, Kaya: 35th Anniversary Deluxe Editionwill come with a 23-page booklet that includes lyrics, rare photos, plus extensive liner notes...Read More >>
Please enjoy a new exclusive Bob Marley Wallpaper!
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The MARLEY movie has been nominated for a NAACP Image Award for Documentary.
BAFTA has nominated MARLEY
in the documentary category for the
2013 British Academy Film Awards.
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The Official Soundtrack for MARLEY has been nominated for a Grammy in the category of "Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media".
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From Ziggy: "To make a record is one thing and it's nice, but the live show is one of the most true expressions of the music that you can get. In a studio, you can do things and manufacture things. But when you do it live, this is where you prove what the music is. If you can't do it live, then it's not real. People just can't take away that energy of what it's like to hear the music in a live environment."
"The combination of his own inquisitiveness and the profound depth and influence of the Rastafari movement transformed Bob Marley into an artist who reshaped reggae music and the course of world history," says Carlyle McKetty, President of the Brooklyn, NY based Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music. "The intricate relationship between reggae and Rasta is seminal to understanding and preserving the reggae form and Bob Marley's keen understanding and internalization of the tenets of the Rastafari movement have yet to be adequately explored."